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clarkson. bill clinton peeking out from behind the fantastic kelly clarkson as she was singing her rendition of "my country 'tis of thee." this may not have been intentional, but it was a great picture nonetheless. al roker got his wish during the inaugural parade. just watch him as he tries on the sidelines to get first the president's attention and then the vice president's attention. >> mr. president. mr. president. mr. president. how's it going? is the weather good? isn't it fantastic? mr. vice president. mr. vice president. hey, how you doing? come on. come on. they won't let you. yeah! all right! yes! yes! >> yes! a very, very happy al roker, and it makes us think about one of the most endearing moments of the inauguration parade. you've got to think back to 1989. willard scott who got a kiss from barbara bush. i'll tell you what, the only reason i know this is not that i remembered it, i just started working with this new guy who took on the first day of his job here at cnn today. he happens to have a lot to do with the former "today" show jack zucker. he's the new guy. we'r
>> beyonce, james taylor, kelly clarkson. the stars set to rock the capital for the 2013 presidential inauguration. >>> happy friday. you are watching "cnn newsroom." i'm brooke baldwin. we begin with new details on that hostage situation developing in algeria. here is what we know right now. algerian state media reports 650 hostages have been freed. in fact, what you're looking at right here this is brand-new video we have gotten of some of these -- they're hugging, they're thrilled they're free. but some workers are still hiding out at the desert site. operations around the plant are reportedly still going on. and while many of the details on this situation still remain unclear, we are hearing from some of these hostages who made it through this incredible ordeal. >> very relieved. some of our colleagues are there at the moment. >> i feel safe at the moment. but i won't feel 100% happy until i'm back in the uk. and i see my family. my heart goes out to the guys that are still there and hopefully everyone comes home safe. at the end of the day, it is only work. no one should -- >> on
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